New York Pulse

  • 2_up_Proskauer.png

    Proskauer Adds 2 Milbank Global Finance Attys

    Proskauer Rose LLP added two global finance attorneys who had been with Milbank LLP as partners in its Boston and New York offices, the firm announced Thursday.

  • Michael Kushner.png

    Warner Music Group Adds Atlantic GC To Central Law Team

    Warner Music Group Corp. elevated the general counsel of its Atlantic division to its centralized management team, making him deputy general counsel of business and legal affairs, the record label conglomerate said Thursday.

  • Perkins Coie Matches Cravath On Associate Salaries

    Perkins Coie LLP confirmed on Thursday that it will meet the scale set by Cravath Swaine & Moore LLP for associate salary increases this year, but there is a caveat for midlevel and senior associates.

  • Trump_Hush_Money_28937.jpg

    Trump Gets March 25 Trial Date In NY Hush Money Case

    The Manhattan district attorney's hush money case against Donald Trump is on track to be the first of the former president's four criminal matters to go to trial, after a state judge on Thursday denied his motion to dismiss the charges and confirmed a March 25 date for jury selection.

  • NY Suggests LaPierre Owes Millions As NRA Trial Ends

    New York state attorneys on Wednesday scrutinized former National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre's testimony that he rectified all his improper spending by repaying $1 million to the gun group, pointing out that LaPierre racked up nearly $13 million in charges for private jet travel alone.

  • Bronx DA's Office Says Ex-Worker's FMLA Claim Is Invalid

    The Bronx District Attorney's office asked a New York federal judge to dismiss a former employee's suit accusing it of discrimination under the Family and Medical Leave Act and a racially driven promotion denial, arguing that she was unable to properly establish her claims.

  • NY Immigrant Settles Green Card Case Alleging Atty Fraud

    A New York resident has reached an agreement with several immigration officials concerning the denial of his green card application on fraud grounds, which he blamed on a consultancy firm and a disbarred attorney, according to a stipulation of dismissal filed in New York federal court.

  • iStock-1452604857.jpg

    AI Use Among 'New Criteria' Differentiating Outside Counsel

    While top corporate lawyers have a keen interest in how outside counsel will use generative artificial intelligence, many are in the dark about their law firms' views and strategies on the technology, according to a new report.

  • nora.png

    Seward & Kissel Hires Marketing Leader From Nardello & Co.

    Seward & Kissel LLP announced Wednesday the latest addition to its leadership with the hiring of the chief marketing officer of investigations firm Nardello & Co.

  • LevinAdamH01860.jpg

    Hogan Lovells Taps 25-Year Vet For Litigation Leadership Role

    Hogan Lovells has tapped a Washington, D.C., partner who has spent more than 25 years with the firm, as its practice area leader for the Americas litigation practice, the firm announced Wednesday.

  • Relles__Eliot_Dechert_LLP.jpg

    Dechert Hires Weil Middle-Market Financing Partner In NY

    Dechert LLP has hired a Weil Gotshal & Manges LLP partner with over 25 years of experience to continue working on private credit and securities law matters, Dechert announced Wednesday.

  • iStock-956341570.jpg

    How Associates Can Handle Romance At The Office

    Perhaps he maintained eye contact during the boring meeting for a bit longer than expected. Or maybe when other lawyers rolled their eyes at the corny joke, she actually laughed.

  • LaPierre Defends TV Spots, Celeb Ties As NRA Trial Nears End

    Former National Rifle Association CEO Wayne LaPierre told jurors in New York state court in the final week of trial Tuesday that he went on television and rubbed elbows with celebrities not out of a desire for the spotlight but to anchor the gun group in "mainstream American culture."

  • Cuomo Says Law Firms Won't Comply With Subpoenas

    Former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to force law firms Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP and Vladeck Raskin & Clark PC to turn over information about the women whose sexual misconduct accusations forced him to resign, even as those women accuse Cuomo of "blatantly" weaponizing his taxpayer-funded attorneys to mount a "revenge" campaign through the courts.

  • Brooklyn Law School Establishes Entertainment Law Chair

    Brooklyn Law School hosted entertainment attorney and alum Allen Grubman on Friday to announce and discuss a $1.5 million gift award to the school by the attorney and his wife in order to establish a chair in media and entertainment law.

  • Walter Bailey portrait.jpg

    Decades After Repping MLK Jr., This Tenn. Atty Is Still Going

    As a young lawyer, Walter Bailey was on the team of attorneys who fought for the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. during his final, fatal visit to Memphis, Tennessee, in 1968. More than 50 years later, Bailey still practices law — and he has no plans to stop.

  • iStock-1469515965.jpg

    Milbank, Perlmutter Center Pair Up To Fight Injustices In Court

    Milbank LLP has pledged $1 million to create an exoneration and resentencing review unit at Yeshiva University's Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law's Perlmutter Center for Legal Justice as part of an alliance aimed at fighting inequities in the criminal justice system, the firm said Tuesday.

  • Feds Defend Search Warrants In Sen. Menendez Bribery Probe

    The federal government shot back at a bid by U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez and businessman Wael Hana to nix gold bars and other evidence uncovered while pursuing its second corruption case against the New Jersey Democrat, arguing in an opposition brief Monday that the search warrants were complete and sufficiently narrow.

  • depression.jpg

    How Legal Work Can Feed Attorneys' Suicidal Thoughts

    Studies show time and again that attorneys are at greater risk for suicide and suicidal ideation than peers in other industries. Law360 spoke with eight attorneys who shared their personal stories about how the legal profession encourages behavior that can lead to suicidal ideation and how they found help.

  • Bauer_Alison_972x650.jpg

    Foley Hoag Bankruptcy Partner To Co-Lead Firm's NY Office

    Foley Hoag LLP has promoted a bankruptcy partner to be a co-head of the Boston-based firm's New York office, the latest of several leadership position moves the firm has announced in 2024.

  • james-danly.jpg

    Ex-FERC Chair Returns To Skadden As Energy Group Head

    James Danly, former Republican Federal Energy Regulatory Commission member and onetime chairman, is returning to Skadden Arps Slate Meagher & Flom LLP as the head of its energy regulatory group, the firm announced Tuesday amid growing private sector demand for energy attorneys in the nation's capital.

  • 2_up_combo.png

    Akerman Grows In NY With Real Estate, Corporate Additions

    Akerman LLP recently announced two additions to its New York office: a former Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP partner and an attorney who helped launch the Washington, D.C., office of an international law firm.

  • Ramla Farzad.png

    Nixon Peabody Picks Paul Weiss Exec To Lead DEI Initiatives

    DEI stalwart Nixon Peabody LLP is redoubling its dedication to diversity, equity and inclusion with the hiring of a new senior executive who brings more than 20 years of experience to the role, including most recently leading diversity efforts for Paul Weiss.

  • 3cfd910341da43a4bbfe9db7881c83ae_APTOPIX_New_York_Daily_LIfe_07664_9600x6400.jpg

    Hogan Lovells Targets NY Expansion Amid Strong Financials

    Hogan Lovells said Tuesday it is targeting further expansion in New York and other key U.S. markets, as it recorded another year of growing revenue and profits on both sides of the Atlantic.

  • BigLaw Slams Hochul Plan To Divert Client Trust Interest Cash

    A long list of BigLaw attorneys, firm leaders and legal groups have urged New York Gov. Kathy Hochul to reconsider her plan to divert $100 million in interest earned on lawyer trust accounts that typically goes toward legal aid for low-income New Yorkers, calling the move "misguided" and cautioning that it could create "an existential threat" to civil legal services.

Can't find the article you're looking for? Click here to search the New York Pulse archive.

Expert Analysis

  • Why You Should Leverage AI For Privilege Review Author Photo

    While many lawyers still believe that a manual, document-by-document review is the best approach to privilege logging, certain artificial intelligence tools can bolster the traditional review process and make this aspect of electronic document review more efficient, more accurate and less costly, say Laura Riff and Michelle Six at Kirkland.

  • Persuading The Court With Visual Aids In Written Argument Author Photo

    Robert Dubose at Alexander Dubose describes several categories of visuals attorneys can use to make written arguments easier to understand or more persuasive, and provides tips for lawyers unused to working with anything but text.

  • BigLaw Vs. Mid-Law Summer Programs: The Pros And Cons Author Photo

    There are major differences between BigLaw and Mid-Law summer associate programs, and each approach can learn something from the other in terms of structure and scheduling, the on-the-job learning opportunities provided, and the social experiences offered, says Anna Tison at Brooks Pierce.

  • Series

    Ask A Mentor: How Do I Take Time Off? Author Photo

    David Kouba at Arnold & Porter discusses how attorneys can prioritize mental health leave and vacation despite work-related barriers to taking time off.

  • Law Firms Must Prioritize Mental Health In Internal Comms Author Photo

    The traditional structure of law firms, with their compartmentalization into silos, is an inherent challenge to mental wellness, so partners and senior lawyers should take steps to construct and disseminate internal action plans and encourage open dialogue, says Elizabeth Ortega at ECO Strategic Communications.

  • Our Current Approach To Trial Advocacy Training Is Lacking Author Photo

    The key to trial advocacy is persuasion, but current training programs focus almost entirely on technique, making it imperative that lawyers are taught to be effective storytellers and to connect with their audiences, says Chris Arledge at Ellis George.

  • How Women In Law Can Advance Toward Leadership Roles Author Photo

    Female attorneys in leadership roles inspire other women to pursue similar opportunities in a male-dominated field, and for those who aspire to lead, prioritizing collaboration, inclusivity and integrity is key, says Kim Yelkin at Foley & Lardner.

  • The Case That Took Me From Prosecutor To Defense Attorney Author Photo

    Former Assistant U.S. Attorney Moira Penza, now at Wilkinson Stekloff, recalls the challenges of her first case as a civil defense attorney — a multibillion-dollar multidistrict class action against Allergan — and the lessons she learned about building rapport in the courtroom and with co-counsel.

  • The Importance Of Legal Macroeconomics Education For Attys Author Photo

    Most legal professionals lack understanding of the macroeconomic trends unique to the legal industry, like the rising cost of law school and legal services, which contributes to an unfair and inaccessible justice system, so law school courses and continuing legal education requirements in this area are essential, says Bob Glaves at the Chicago Bar Foundation.

  • What ABA Student Well-Being Standards Mean For Law Firms Author Photo

    While the American Bar Association's recent amendments to its law school accreditation standards around student well-being could have gone further, legal industry employers have much to learn from the ABA's move and the well-being movement that continues to gain traction in law schools, says David Jaffe at the American University Washington College of Law.

  • Series

    Ask A Mentor: How Do I Build Rapport In New In-House Role? Author Photo

    Tim Parilla at LinkSquares explains how new in-house lawyers can start developing relationships with colleagues both within and outside their legal departments in order to expand their networks, build their brands and carve their paths to leadership positions.

  • What Attys Should Consider Before Taking On Pro Bono Work
    Excerpt from Practical Guidance
    Author Photo

    Piper Hoffman and Will Lowrey at Animal Outlook lay out suggestions for attorneys to maximize the value of their pro bono efforts, from crafting engagement letters to balancing workloads — and they explain how these principles can foster a more rewarding engagement for both lawyers and nonprofits.

  • Opinion

    NY Bar Admission Criminal History Query Is Unjust, Illegal Author Photo

    New York should revise Question 26 on its bar admission application, because requiring students to disclose any prior interaction with the criminal justice system disproportionately affects people of color, who have a history of being overpoliced — and it violates several state laws, says Andrew Brown, president of the New York State Bar Association.

  • 7 Ways Attys Can Improve Their LinkedIn Summaries Author Photo

    Lawyers can use LinkedIn to strengthen their thought leadership position, generate new business, explore career opportunities, and better position themselves and their firms in search results by writing a well-composed, optimized summary that demonstrates their knowledge and experience, says Guy Alvarez at Good2bSocial.

  • How Law Firms And Attys Can Combat Imposter Syndrome Author Photo

    Imposter syndrome is rampant in the legal profession, especially among lawyers from underrepresented backgrounds, leading to missed opportunities and mental health issues — but firms can provide support in numerous ways, and attorneys can use therapeutic strategies to quiet their inner critic, says Helen Pamely at Rosling King.

×

Law360

Law360 Law360 UK Law360 Tax Authority Law360 Employment Authority Law360 Insurance Authority Law360 Real Estate Authority

Rankings

Social Impact Leaders Prestige Leaders Pulse Leaderboard Women in Law Report Law360 400 Diversity Snapshot Rising Stars Summer Associates

National Sections

Modern Lawyer Courts Daily Litigation In-House Mid-Law Legal Tech Small Law Insights

Regional Sections

California Pulse Connecticut Pulse DC Pulse Delaware Pulse Florida Pulse Georgia Pulse New Jersey Pulse New York Pulse Pennsylvania Pulse Texas Pulse

Site Menu

Subscribe Advanced Search About Contact